In McCully, in the midst of towering condos and an elementary school, there are chickens. Dozens of them.
The city is auditing its trash bins after a grievance from United Public Workers, the union for the trash collectors.
The lava lake inside Halemaumau Crater has risen to heights not seen since 2008.
The Department of Transportation is moving forward with a huge modernization project at Kahului Airport, which includes a multimillion-dolla…
Claus Hansen is accused of pocketing more than $85,000 that was supposed to go to survivors of Medicaid recipients.
All stores are expected to open for business as usual on Saturday April 25.
If signed into law, Hawaii would be the first state in the nation to prohibit the sale of all tobacco products, including e-cigarettes, to i…
The annual tradition began at the former Mills Institute in 1910 as a symbol of spring.
On Saturday, May 9, food trucks will park on the Missouri’s 1,000-foot pier in Pearl Harbor for “Eat the Street: Mo Bettah Edition.”
“Father Damien Way” will extend along 33rd Street between First and Second avenues in New York City.
The use of e-cigarettes in existing smoke-free locations has had the potential to expose non-smokers to aerosolized nicotine and other toxic…
Numerous high-priced items were taken from the West Hawaii Veterans Cemetery.
There are no passengers on the bus.
The Hawaii State Teachers Association (HSTA) announces that, following contract reopener negotiations with the State of Hawaii and Board of …
In a strange twist, the Molokai fisherman is the same man who was lost at sea just months ago.
Apaulo Music Productions presents a Smooth Jazz concert featuring legendary guitarist Larry Carlton. This concert will be held at The Magic …
The Kona Brewing Company says it’s seen an increase in local demand for its beers.